4E. V. Stenson, J. Horn-Stanja, M. R. Stoneking and T. Sunn Pedersenne (m 3 )12101012 (e /e plasma)10201021 –1022 (e /e plasma)10221025lsλcutoff5.3 m3.8 m0.53 mm0.1–0.4 mm53 µm1.7 µm33 m24 m3.3 mm0.6–2.6 mm334 µm10.6 µmCommentsBetween AM and FM radio—MicrowavesWith relativistic correctionaCO2 laserTABLE 1. Plasma skin depths (ls ) for a range of electron densities (ne ), as well as thecutoff wavelength for transmission of incident EM waves (λcutoff 2π ls ), adapted fromAttwood (2009). Except where noted, a non-relativistic electron/ion plasma is assumed.aAs given by Liang et al. (2015) and Sarri et al. (2015).22 2a cutoff for Langmuir waves, which have the dispersion relation ω2 ωpe 3vTek , aswell as for transverse electromagnetic waves (in unmagnetized plasma) and ordinary2waves (in magnetized plasma), both of which have the dispersion relation ω2 ωpe 2 2c k . (The frequency and wavenumber for an oscillating mode of the plasma are ωand k, and vTe κTe /me is the electron thermal velocity, where κ is Boltzmann’sconstant and Te is the electron temperature.) For example, light with ω ωpe will befully reflected while light with ω ωpe will be transmitted.In electron/positron pair plasmas,for the reasons outlined previously, the cutoff for Langmuir and
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